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Методическая разработка урока английского языка в 11 классе "Young inventors"

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Урок сообщения новых знаний посвящён развитию репродуктивных речевых навыков и занимает промежуточное место в изучении темы "Молодое поколение", связывая этап формирования (рецептивный) и этап активизации (репродуктивный) речевых навыков. Содержит элементы развивающего обучения.

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«Appendix2»

simple level

Define the tense:

1.At this time next Friday I will be having an examination.

2.We take part in a football competition on Wednesday, which is the 3th.

3.OK, I will go shopping with you tomorrow.

4.I am having an extra lesson in Maths today.

5.When I am 25 I hope I will have got a diploma.

6. I am going to save up money for a holiday.



Medium level. Open the brackets putting the verb into the necessary tense:

  1. Tomorrow (be) warm with some cloud in the afternoon. (Future Simple)

  2. My first class (start) at half past nine in the morning tomorrow. (Present Simple)

  3. We (buy) a new car soon. (to be going to)

  4. I (wash) the dishes by the time my mother comes from work. (Future Perfect)

  5. I (go) to the cinema this evening. (Present Continuous)

  6. At this time tomorrow I (play) football. (Future Continuous)



Complicated level. Translate into English:

  1. Завтра в это же время я буду гулять (walk) по улицам Рима.

  2. Они построят(build) завод к лету.

  3. Мы поможем тебе (мы обещаем помочь тебе, желание).

  4. Поезд прибывает (arrive) вечером в десять минут девятого.

  5. Завтра я посещаю музей "Лувр" (у меня уже есть купленные билеты на руках).

  6. Я собираюсь завтра рано вставать.

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«Lesson plan 11»

Lesson plan, class 11.

Topic: “Young inventors”

Aims of the lesson: 1)to get students informed about young inventors;

2) to have reading and listening comprehension practice;

3) to introduce the ways of expressing future actions;

4)to practice future action forms;

5) to educate students to have a strive for learning and scientific work.

Audio-visual facilities: Interactive School board, a computer, Power Point presentation (Appendix 1), handouts (a grammar exercise, Appendix2), a textbook (Т.Аяпова, З.Абильдаева, English,11)

.

Plan:

1.Beginning.

Teacher: Good afternoon! Sit down, please. I’m happy to see you. Open your notebooks and write down the topic of our lesson, please. (Slide 1)

2.Warm-up.

Teacher: Do you know any young inventors? What are their inventions? How important are they in our life?

Students are expected to answer the question.

Teacher displays slides 2-5 of presentation and give comments.

Teacher: Horatio Adams was in his mid teens when he helped his father, Thomas Adam with his studies that were crucial for the creation of bubble gum.

When Peter Chilvers created board-sailing, which is more commonly known as windsurfing, he was only twelve years old.

Surprising as it may be, an 11-year-old boy from San Francisco California was the creator of ice-lolly. Chester Greenwood was a 15-year-old inventor from Mine in the United States. In 1873 he created the earmuffs.

Louis Braille developed a system of reading and writing by means of raised dots. And today we are learning about his life.

3.Reading comprehension practice.

Teacher: Open your books at page 35 and read the text in exercise 2. Before reading pay attention to the following words and word combinations you will come across in the text. (Slide7)

You must have noticed that the paragraphs of the text are not in the right order. Let’s put them correctly.

The keys appear on the slide after students reply.

Teacher: Look through the text once again now with right order, please.

Students read the text with paragraphs in the right order.

Teacher: Work in pairs. Answer the questions of exercise 3 on page 36. (Т.Аяпова, З.Абилдаева, English,11)

Students work in pairs answering the following questions:

1.When was Louis Braille born?

2.How did he get injured?

3. Why did he become completely blind?

4.Which school did he attend?

5.What did the pupils do at school?

6.Who was Charles Barbier?

7.How did Louis Braille invent his Braille system for blind people?

8.When was Louis Braille officially recognized in France?

Then teacher addresses each pair one of the questions. Students answer in turn.

3. Listening comprehension practice.

Teacher: Look at this slide, please, (Slide 8) and draw a table of this kind in your notebooks.

And now look through these words you will hear while listening to the text. (Slide 9)

Students listen to the text about young inventors (page 274 of the textbook).

Then they fill in the table (ages and inventions).

Teacher: Exchange your notebooks in a circular way and see the keys. (Slide 10).

Students check their classmate’s work and give a mark according to assessment criteria. (Slide 11)

4. Introduction of the ways of expressing future actions.

Teacher: Look at this slide, please. (Slide 12) We express future actions not only by means of Future tenses but also other tenses and structures. They are Present Simple, Present Continuous and “to be going to do smth.” Find exercise 8 on page 37. Let’s define the tense of the verb, translate and then define the meaning of a future action.

The meanings of the future action forms appear on the slide (Slide 12)

5.Grammar practice.

Students do grammar exercises of different levels (simple, medium and complicated).(Appendix2)

6.Ending.

Teacher gives marks, tells students their homework (make a presentation of any young inventor and a grammar exercise).





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«Appendix1»

Friday, 4 March.  Class work. Young inventors.

Friday, 4 March. Class work.

Young inventors.

Horatio Adams Bubble gum a teenager

Horatio Adams

Bubble gum

a teenager

windsurfing Peter Chilvers At 12

windsurfing

Peter Chilvers

At 12

Frank Epperson ice-lolly At 11

Frank Epperson

ice-lolly

At 11

earmuffs Chester Greenwood  At 15

earmuffs

Chester Greenwood 

At 15

Louis Braille

Louis Braille

Leather workshop – мастерская по изготовлению кожаных изделий Awl – шило Slip – выскользнуть Blind – ослеплять, слепой Pass instructions – передавать инструкции Enemy – враг unfortunately – к несчастью Weave – ткать, плести Cane – камыш Slippers – тапочки Possibilities – возможности    E B A D C

Leather workshop – мастерская по изготовлению кожаных изделий

Awl – шило

Slip – выскользнуть

Blind – ослеплять, слепой

Pass instructions – передавать инструкции

Enemy – враг

unfortunately – к несчастью

Weave – ткать, плести

Cane – камыш

Slippers – тапочки

Possibilities – возможности

E

B

A

D

C

Name Age 1.Anton van Leeuwenhoek Invention 2.Benjamin Franklin 3.Louis Braille 4.Thomas Alva Edison 5.Alexander Graham Bell

Name

Age

1.Anton van Leeuwenhoek

Invention

2.Benjamin Franklin

3.Louis Braille

4.Thomas Alva Edison

5.Alexander Graham Bell

Improvement – улучшение  Article – статья Wide notice – широкое признание Ingenious – гениальный By means – с помощью Raised dots – рельефные точки Publish – издавать A Freight car – грузовой автомобиль Repeating – повторяющийся Transmit speech- передавать речь Develop - развить
  • Improvement – улучшение
  • Article – статья
  • Wide notice – широкое признание
  • Ingenious – гениальный
  • By means – с помощью
  • Raised dots – рельефные точки
  • Publish – издавать
  • A Freight car – грузовой автомобиль
  • Repeating – повторяющийся
  • Transmit speech- передавать речь
  • Develop - развить

Name 1.Anton van Leeuwenhoek Age 2.Benjamin Franklin Invention 16 3.Louis Braille 15 Improvements of the microscope Articles for a newspaper 15 4.Thomas Alva Edison A system of reading and writing by means of raised dots. 15 5.Alexander Graham Bell  telegraphic repeating instrument 18 telephone

Name

1.Anton van Leeuwenhoek

Age

2.Benjamin Franklin

Invention

16

3.Louis Braille

15

Improvements of the microscope

Articles for a newspaper

15

4.Thomas Alva Edison

A system of reading and writing by means of raised dots.

15

5.Alexander Graham Bell

telegraphic repeating instrument

18

telephone

No mistakes – “5” 1-4 mistakes – “4” 5-7 mistakes – “3” 8-10 – “2”

No mistakes – “5”

1-4 mistakes – “4”

5-7 mistakes – “3”

8-10 – “2”

The Future Simple   Will V1  A decision you take when you are actually speaking.  The Present Simple  V1, V1s,  V1 es Do/does  Future calendar or timetable events    Am/is/are/was/ were going to V1  Going to do something   Future plans  The Present Continuous am/is/are V ing  Definite arrangements for the near future  Something that will be happening at a certain time in future  The future Continuous  Will be V ing  The future Perfect
  • The Future Simple

Will V1

A decision you take when you are actually speaking.

  • The Present Simple

V1, V1s, V1 es

Do/does

Future calendar or timetable events

Am/is/are/was/

were going to V1

  • Going to do something

Future plans

  • The Present Continuous

am/is/are V ing

Definite arrangements for the near future

Something that will be happening at a certain time in future

  • The future Continuous

Will be V ing

  • The future Perfect

Will have V3

Something that will happen before a definite time in the future


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Предмет: Английский язык

Категория: Уроки

Целевая аудитория: 11 класс

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Методическая разработка урока английского языка в 11 классе "Young inventors"

Автор: Ергалиева Гульмира Болсыновна

Дата: 21.01.2017

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